Idyllwild Arts supports Native artists and art students

Navajo sister weavers share their passion at Idyllwild summer camp Navajo tapestry weavers Barbara Teller Ornelas, and her sister Lynda Teller Pete have been teaching weaving at Idyllwild Arts for over 20 years. Cheryl Evans, Arizona Republic IDYLLWILD, Calif. — Barbara Teller Ornelas deftly inserts colored thread between warp threads that […]

Arts Express: June 17, 2021 | Local News

Depot Theatre awarded grants for facility and technology improvements WESTPORT —The Depot Theatre has been awarded several grants in support of facility and technology improvements. The Charles R. Wood Foundation has awarded the Depot a grant of $16,000, and the J.M. McDonald Foundation awarded a grant of $5,000 toward the Depot […]

Pocosin Arts announces May, June classes | Local

Pocosin Arts is kicking off its new online woodworking with a true standout instructor: Master woodturner, sculptor, and instrument-maker Beth Ireland. The Introduction to Woodturning class will be held May 21 and 28. Ireland holds an Master’s of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and has run […]

What’s happening in the arts world

GORILLAZ Damon Albarn’s mysterious motley band of animated musicians has been churning out collaborations all year with the like of Cure frontman Robert Smith, St. Vincent, and Fatoumata Diawara, part and parcel of a project titled “Song Machine”; all these songs make their live debut on Dec. 12 as Albarn […]

La Jolla’s Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center is featured in upcoming book highlighting acoustical design

La Jolla’s Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center is featured in an upcoming book chronicling acoustical masterpieces worldwide. “Concert Halls by Nagata Acoustics: Thirty Years of Acoustical Design for Music Venues and Vineyard-Style Auditoria” is set to be published early next year. Co-author Daniel Beckmann is an acoustician who served with […]